Last Chance Swords, Knives & Daggers
Unique swords, overruns and last years’ models of knives and weapons can be found here.
This replica ceremonial sword of King Sancho IV of Spain has a full tang 1065 high carbon steel blade. Features beautiful cast embellishments on the solid brass pommel and guard and a wood grip with inset cloisonne coats of arms. Includes a brown leather scabbard with brass parts and a heavy cotton weave belt. Comes factory sharp.
Inspired by a knife found with the "Iceman" with a few modern updates, this knife has a hard wood handle with real copper wire wrap and leather neck sheath.
This historically-researched sword is made of a full-tang, thick-edged, 1065 high carbon steel blade with peened construction using solid steel parts. Used as a one-handed or hand-and-a-half sword on stage. Leather-wrapped wood grip. Leather scabbard with metal accents included. Overall length 39-1/4 inches.
This blade of this sword is crafted of 420 stainless steel and the hilt features several symbols of the Masonic tradition. Grip decorated with silver-plated metal. Overall length of 46 inches.
This historically researched sword has a full-tang, thick-edged, 1065 high carbon steel blade with peened construction using solid steel parts. Used as a one-handed or hand-and-a-half sword on stage. Leather-wrapped wood grip. Leather scabbard with metal accents included. Overall length 39-1/4 inches.
Top Customer Reviews
Review of: Templar Stage Combat Sword
This is a well built, simple, yet quite solid theatrical sword with a good feel and balance. I purchased this for use as a stage prop and am quite pleased. Swings nice and looks good.
Reviewed by: John, October 13, 2021
Review of: Marto Sword of the Freemasons
This is definitely NOT the usual cheap sword made from China. The quality is superb! Never go wrong with this sword as a gift.
Reviewed by: Douglas, April 20, 2021
Review of: "Iceman" Copper Age Fixed Blade Knife
I bought this as a gift for my youngest son. It fits well in a small hand. The grip to blade ratio makes it very manageable. I believe a fixed blade is safer for a child. As a child, I once had a folding knife fold back on my fingers. He can place his finger along the spine to do detailed work. The knife fits deeply and tightly in the sheath. It was not very sharp, which gave us an opportunity to work on that skill. It is also a memorable piece that appeals to his enthusiasm for history.
Reviewed by: MIchael, February 18, 2021